Room assignments will be available the beginning of June.
Room assignments will be available prior to winter break.
Your room assignment letter indicates (or confirms) your roommate and room assignment. This information is accurate as of the date it was mailed, but it is subject to change if cancellations occur. We will attempt to notify you if any assignment changes occur in your room. You may view your room assignment by logging-in to your Housing & Dining Contract.
For students moving in the fall, your contract is for an academic year – two semesters. For those students moving in the spring, your contract is for one semester only. Review the Terms & Conditions for any questions regarding your contract.
If you have not already notified us by indicating special needs on your Housing & Dining Contract, please do so as quickly as possible. Timeliness determines our ability to meet your disability or special health needs. If you have a need for an air conditioner or special accommodation in your room please visit Student Disability Services for information regarding procedures to follow to obtain approval.
Contact Your Roommate
As soon as you get your roommate's name and phone number (available on your room assignment letter), give him or her a call. Take some time to get to know one another. Discuss what you will be bringing and which of those things you might share (to prevent duplication and waste of space).
Your room layout may be viewed by logging-in to your contract. In the Contract Status section, see "Room Reservation Details" and link to "View Floor Plan". This will take you to a view of the floor plan for your room. You can zoom in and out to see proximity to lounges, stairs, bathrooms and more. Additional room measurement detail is available on your respective Residence Halls page.